Egypt's Dar al-Ifta: Extremism and terrorism has no homeland or religion
Dr. Shawki Allam, the Grand Mufti of Egypt, met a delegation from the committee of foreign affairs at the British parliament lead by Mike Gaps (British Labor Co-operative politician ) and Yasmin Qureshi (The first Muslim in the British parliament of the Labor Party) for promoting cooperation in countering extremism and terrorism.
The Grand Mufti emphasized that Dar al-Ifta' has repeatedly warned against the threat of both extremism and terrorism which has no homeland or religion. As we have called upon the international community to stand together for countering these threats.
Dr. Allam, added that Dar al-Ifta' al-Misriyyah has implemented many procedures among its efforts in countering extremism and this was two years ago through establishing the fatwa monitoring observatory which refutes the infedilizing fatwas that are used by terrorist groups in justifying their criminal acts.
On the other hand, the British delegation has praised the efforts exerted by Dar al-Ifta’ al-Misriyyah in countering extremism and terrorism as they stressed the importance of promoting international cooperation for countering these extremist ideologies threaten all parties.